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Aug 04, 2015 at 11:13 AM

Credit Block Check Overdue Item rule (UKM_CHECK_130)

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Hi Experts,


We have a requirement where we need to have a credit block check for overdue open items for example if the “50% of open item are overdue past 30 days there should be a credit block for the Sales Order. We are using the standard Credit check rule (UKM_CHECK_130) to implement the credit block. We are able to trigger the check rule, but while calculating the due days for open item for invoice SAP is considering "Entry Date" in the invoice rather than "Net Due Date or Doc. Date" due to which the credit block happens at the wrong date.

For e.g

Invoice 1 is posted on 7/3/2015 and due date for the invoice is calculated as 8/13/2015 (as per the payment term- 40 days due). Now for Credit block to trigger system should check 30 days from 8/13/2015 i.e. 9/13/2015. but in our case system is triggering the credit block after 30 days itself i.e. on 8/3/2015. I have also verified the payment term defined (we are using baseline date as Doc.Date)

Please do let me know in case anyone has encounter a similar issue while working with FSCM Credit Management and what solution they have used to avoid credit check rule at the “Entry Date”.